- Sheriff's Sales are held on Thursday at 12:00 noon in the Multi-Purpose Room of the new Criminal Courthouse, 4997 Unami Blvd., Mays Landing, New Jersey.
- All properties are advertised in local newspapers for four consecutive weeks prior to the original sale date. You can also review the properties here.
- All sales are advertised in the Atlantic City Press, which is a Monday publication and Atlantic County Record, which is a Wednesday.
- The Sheriff MAY GRANT a total of two adjournments to the defendant. The defendant must submit a request in writing being sure to include the reason the adjournment is needed. (Call ahead to make sure the property in which you are interested is still slated for sale).
- The plaintiff may postpone a sale an unlimited number of times.
- Properties are sold to the highest bidder through an open competitive bidding process.
- There is no inspection of the premises and they are sold in an "as is" condition.
- Bids are made in increments of $500.00 or more.
- The successful bidder is required to post a deposit of 20% of the total bid price.
- Bid deposits must be in the form of a cash up to $1000, certified check, bank check or treasurer’s check. NO OTHER FORMS OF PAYMENT ARE ACCEPTED. WE DO NOT ACCEPT CREDIT UNION CHECKS.
- The deposit is required immediately following the signing of the conditions of sale.
- The balance of the winning bid is due and payable within 30 days following the sale.
- Interest is charged from the 13th day after the sale to the date of payment on the balance due at the current lawful interest rate.
- The successful bidder may take possession of the Sheriff's deed within 30 days providing the balance due has been paid.
- The defendant has an unqualified right of redemption for 10 calendar days after the Sheriff's sale or until the delivery of the deed.
- If the property is owner occupied, the purchaser must obtain a writ of possession to be served on the occupants. If the property is tenant occupied, you must go through Landlord tenant court to have tenant evicted.
NOTE: The Defendant (Original Owner) is the legal owner of the property until the Sheriff's Sale is finalized and the property deed has been rendered to the successful bidder.
IMPORTANT: This website and email system cannot be used to request an adjourment of any Sheriff's Sales.